People who are using Microsoft Outlook must hear about appointments and meetings but often get confused and surely many of them even do not understand what is an appointment and what is a meeting. What is the difference between an appointment and meeting in Outlook? If you are also searching for the same then I might say your search came to an end. In this article, I will tell you about both appointments and meetings.
Appointment in Outlook
What is an appointment in Outlook?
An appointment is a scheduled activity in your Outlook calendar that does not involve other people. You do not need to invite other people to attend with you. It is only reflected on your calendar. It shows your daily activities and your tasks. One can find your free and busy times when he sees your appointment list in your calendar if it is shared with them.
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What is the purpose of the appointment?
Can other people see my appointments in Outlook?
How do I create appointments in Outlook?
Why are appointments so important?
Meeting in Outlook
What is the purpose of a meeting?
How to create a meeting
- Go to the Navigation panel and select Calendar.
- From the ribbon, click on New Meeting.
- Add people in the To field, add a subject line, start time, end time, and location.
- Click Send button to send an invitation for the meeting.
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Can you schedule a meeting in Outlook without inviting yourself?
You can schedule a meeting with other people, maybe your senior can ask you to schedule a meeting with someone else. In that case what will happen as you are calling that meeting your address will be on the list but you do not need to attend that meeting. It is very simple.